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    1. Tzimas, G; Nau, H
      The role of metabolism and toxicokinetics in retinoid teratogenesis

      CURRENT PHARMACEUTICAL DESIGN
    2. Nikovits, W; Cann, GM; Huang, RJ; Christ, B; Stockdale, FE
      Patterning of fast and slow fibers within embryonic muscles is establishedindependently of signals from the surrounding mesenchyme

      DEVELOPMENT
    3. Ferro, P; dell'Eva, R; Pfeffer, U
      Are there CAG repeat expansion-related disorders outside the central nervous system?

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    4. Bergwitz, C; Wendlandt, T; Kispert, A; Brabant, G
      Wnts differentially regulate colony growth and differentiation of chondrogenic rat calvaria cells

      BIOCHIMICA ET BIOPHYSICA ACTA-MOLECULAR CELL RESEARCH
    5. Hartmann, C; Tabin, CJ
      Wnt-14 plays a pivotal role in inducing synovial joint formation in the developing appendicular skeleton

      CELL
    6. Jeffery, JE
      Pectoral fins of rhizodontids and the evolution of pectoral appendages in the tetrapod stem-group

      BIOLOGICAL JOURNAL OF THE LINNEAN SOCIETY
    7. Habermann, H; Chang, WY; Birch, L; Mehta, P; Prins, GS
      Developmental exposure to estrogens alters epithelial cell adhesion and gap junction proteins in the adult rat prostate

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    8. Bushdid, PB; Chen, CL; Brantley, DM; Yull, F; Raghow, R; Kerr, LD; Barnett, JV
      NF-kappa B mediates FGF signal regulation of msx-1 expression

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    9. Pellegrini, M; Pantano, S; Fumi, MP; Lucchini, F; Forabosco, A
      Agenesis of the scapula in Emx2 homozygous mutants

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    10. DeLise, AM; Fischer, L; Tuan, RS
      Cellular interactions and signaling in cartilage development

      OSTEOARTHRITIS AND CARTILAGE
    11. Ganey, TM; Carey, TP; O'Neal, ML; Ogden, JA
      Morphologic and radiographic characterization of fibular dimelia

      JOURNAL OF PEDIATRIC ORTHOPAEDICS-PART B
    12. Kettunen, P; Laurikkala, J; Itaranta, P; Vainio, S; Itoh, N; Thesleff, I
      Associations of FGF-3 and FGF-10 with signaling networks regulating tooth morphogenesis

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    13. Semba, I; Nonaka, K; Takahashi, I; Takahashi, K; Dashner, R; Shum, L; Nuckolls, GH; Slavkin, HC
      Positionally-dependent chondrogenesis induced by BMP4 is co-regulated by Sox9 and Msx2

      DEVELOPMENTAL DYNAMICS
    14. Goldman, DC; Martin, GR; Tam, PPL
      Fate and function of the ventral ectodermal ridge during mouse tail development

      DEVELOPMENT
    15. Emmanouil-Nikoloussi, EN; Goret-Nicaise, M; Foroglou, P; Kerameos-Foroglou, C; Persaud, TVN; Thliveris, JA; Dhem, A
      Histological observations of palatal malformations in rat embryos induced by retinoic acid treatment

      EXPERIMENTAL AND TOXICOLOGIC PATHOLOGY
    16. Kramer, J; Hegert, C; Guan, KM; Wobus, AM; Muller, PK; Rohwedel, J
      Embryonic stem cell-derived chondrogenic differentiation in vitro: activation by BMP-2 and BMP-4

      MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT
    17. Kimmel, RA; Turnbull, DH; Blanquet, V; Wurst, W; Loomis, C; Joyner, AL
      Two lineage boundaries coordinate vertebrate apical ectodermal ridge formation

      GENES & DEVELOPMENT
    18. Alonso, M; Tabata, YA; Rigolino, MG; Tsukamoto, RY
      Effect of induced triploidy on fin regeneration of juvenile rainbow trout,Oncorhynchus mykiss

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL ZOOLOGY
    19. Yoon, YM; Oh, CD; Kim, DY; Lee, YS; Park, JW; Huh, TL; Kang, SS; Chun, JS
      Epidermal growth factor negatively regulates chondrogenesis of mesenchymalcells by modulating the protein kinase C-alpha, Erk-1, and p38 MAPK signaling pathways

      JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY
    20. Saadeh, PB; Mehrara, BJ; Steinbrech, DS; Spector, JA; Greenwald, JA; Chim, GS; Ueno, H; Gittes, GK; Longaker, MT
      Mechanisms of fibroblast growth factor-2 modulation of vascular endothelial growth factor expression by osteoblastic cells

      ENDOCRINOLOGY
    21. Poss, FD; Shen, JX; Nechiporuk, A; McMahon, G; Thisse, B; Thisse, C; Keating, MT
      Roles for Fgf signaling during zebrafish fin regeneration

      DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY
    22. Kimura, J; Sato-Maeda, M; Noji, S; Ide, H
      Synergistic effects of FGF and non-ridge ectoderm on gene expression involved in the formation of the anteroposterior axis of the chick limb bud in cell culture

      DEVELOPMENT GROWTH & DIFFERENTIATION
    23. Naski, MC; Ornitz, DM
      FGF signaling in skeletal development

      PEDIATRIC PATHOLOGY & MOLECULAR MEDICINE
    24. Ponta, H; Herrlich, P
      The CD44 protein family: Roles in embryogenesis and tumor progression

      PEDIATRIC PATHOLOGY & MOLECULAR MEDICINE
    25. Clarke, JDW; Tickle, C
      Fate maps old and new

      NATURE CELL BIOLOGY
    26. Yamaguchi, TP; Bradley, A; McMahon, AP; Jones, S
      A Wnt5a pathway underlies outgrowth of multiple structures in the vertebrate embryo

      DEVELOPMENT
    27. Merino, R; Macias, D; Ganan, Y; Rodriguez-Leon, J; Economides, AN; Rodriguez-Esteban, C; Izpisua-Belmonte, JC; Hurle, JM
      Control of digit formation by activin signalling

      DEVELOPMENT
    28. Knudson, CB; Nofal, GA; Pamintuan, L; Aguiar, DJ
      The chondrocyte pericellular matrix: a model for hyaluronan-mediated cell-matrix interactions

      BIOCHEMICAL SOCIETY TRANSACTIONS
    29. Richardson, MK
      Vertebrate evolution: the developmental origins of adult variation

      BIOESSAYS
    30. Kato, S; Sekine, K
      FGF-FGFR signaling in vertebrate organogenesis

      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    31. Hogan, BLM
      Morphogenesis

      CELL
    32. Szebenyi, G; Fallon, JF
      Fibroblast growth factors as multifunctional signaling factors

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF CYTOLOGY - A SURVEY OF CELL BIOLOGY, VOL 185
    33. Cohn, MJ; Tickle, C
      Developmental basis of limblessness and axial patterning in snakes

      NATURE
    34. Williams, KP; Rayhorn, P; Chi-Rosso, G; Garber, EA; Strauch, KL; Horan, GSB; Reilly, JO; Baker, DP; Taylor, FR; Koteliansky, V; Pepinsky, RB
      Functional antagonists of sonic hedgehog reveal the importance of the N terminus for activity

      JOURNAL OF CELL SCIENCE
    35. WEZEMAN FH
      MORPHOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF PRECARTILAGE DEVELOPMENT IN MESENCHYME

      Microscopy research and technique
    36. UNDERHILL TM; WESTON AD
      RETINOIDS AND THEIR RECEPTORS IN SKELETAL DEVELOPMENT

      Microscopy research and technique
    37. BELL SM; SCHREINER CM; SCOTT WJ
      THE LOSS OF VENTRAL ECTODERM IDENTITY CORRELATES WITH THE INABILITY TO FORM AN AER IN THE LEGLESS HINDLIMB BUD

      Mechanisms of development
    38. JUNG JC; TSONIS PA
      ROLE OF 5'-HOXD GENES IN CHONDROGENESIS IN-VITRO

      The International journal of developmental biology
    39. YAMAMOTO M; DRAGER UC; MCCAFFERY P
      A NOVEL ASSAY FOR RETINOIC ACID CATABOLIC ENZYMES SHOWS HIGH EXPRESSION IN THE DEVELOPING HINDBRAIN

      Developmental brain research
    40. SAUNDERS JW
      APICAL ECTODERMAL RIDGE IN RETROSPECT

      The Journal of experimental zoology
    41. SATOMAEDA M; IDE H
      JUXTAPOSITION OF 2 HETEROTYPIC MONOLAYER CELL-CULTURES OF CHICK LIMB BUDS

      Development, growth & differentiation
    42. KATSUYAMA Y; SAIGA H
      RETINOIC ACID AFFECTS PATTERNING ALONG THE ANTERIOR-POSTERIOR AXIS OFTHE ASCIDIAN EMBRYO

      Development, growth & differentiation
    43. TANAKA M; SHIGETANI Y; SUGIYAMA S; TAMURA K; NAKAMURA H; IDE H
      APICAL ECTODERMAL RIDGE INDUCTION BY THE TRANSPLANTATION OF EN-1-OVEREXPRESSING ECTODERM IN CHICK LIMB BUD

      Development, growth & differentiation
    44. KIMURA J; IDE H
      SHH, BMP-2 AND HOXD-13 GENE-EXPRESSION IN CHICK LIMB BUD CELLS IN CULTURE

      Development, growth & differentiation
    45. DURSTON AJ; VANDERWEES J; PIJNAPPEL WWM; SCHILTHUIS JG; GODSAVE SF
      RETINOID SIGNALING AND AXIAL PATTERNING DURING EARLY VERTEBRATE EMBRYOGENESIS

      Cellular and molecular life sciences
    46. MEANS AL; GUDAS LJ
      THE CRABP-I GENE CONTAINS 2 SEPARABLE, REDUNDANT REGULATORY REGIONS ACTIVE IN NEURAL TISSUES IN TRANSGENIC MOUSE EMBRYOS

      Developmental dynamics
    47. LU HC; REVELLI JP; GOERING L; THALLER C; EICHELE G
      RETINOID SIGNALING IS REQUIRED FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A ZPA AND FORTHE EXPRESSION OF HOXB-8, A MEDIATOR OF ZPA FORMATION

      Development
    48. LU HC; EICHELE G; THALLER C
      LIGAND-BOUND RXR CAN MEDIATE RETINOID SIGNAL-TRANSDUCTION DURING EMBRYOGENESIS

      Development
    49. BAVIK C; WARD SJ; ONG DE
      IDENTIFICATION OF A MECHANISM TO LOCALIZE GENERATION OF RETINOIC ACIDIN RAT EMBRYOS

      Mechanisms of development
    50. KNEE R; MURPHY PR
      REGULATION OF GENE-EXPRESSION BY NATURAL ANTISENSE RNA TRANSCRIPTS

      Neurochemistry international
    51. SETO ML; NUNES ME; MACARTHUR CA; CUNNINGHAM ML
      PATHOGENESIS OF ECTRODACTYLY IN THE DACTYLAPLASIA MOUSE - ABERRANT CELL-DEATH OF THE APICAL ECTODERMAL RIDGE

      Teratology
    52. LEE YS; CHUONG CM
      ACTIVATION OF PROTEIN-KINASE-A IS A PIVOTAL STEP INVOLVED IN BOTH BMP-2-INDUCED AND CYCLIC AMP-INDUCED CHONDROGENESIS

      Journal of cellular physiology
    53. RUDNICKI JA; BROWN AMC
      INHIBITION OF CHONDROGENESIS BY WNT GENE-EXPRESSION IN-VIVO AND IN-VITRO

      Developmental biology
    54. KOYAMA E; YAMAAI T; ISEKI S; OHUCHI H; NOHNO T; YOSHIOKA H; HAYASHI Y; LEATHERMAN JL; GOLDEN EB; NOJI S; PACIFICI M
      POLARIZING ACTIVITY, SONIC HEDGEHOG, AND TOOTH DEVELOPMENT IN EMBRYONIC AND POSTNATAL MOUSE

      Developmental dynamics
    55. MEANS AL; GUDAS LJ
      FGF-2, BMP-2, AND BMP-4 REGULATE RETINOID-BINDING PROTEINS AND RECEPTORS IN 3T3 CELLS

      Cell growth & differentiation
    56. MILAIRE J
      FURTHER ANALYSIS OF DEVELOPMENTAL POTENTIALITIES EXPRESSED BY THE FOOTPLATE OF 11-DAY MOUSE EMBRYO HINDLIMB BUDS EXPLANTED IN ORGAN-CULTURE

      European journal of morphology
    57. AKIYAMA H; HIRAKI Y; SHIGENO C; KOHNO H; SHUKUNAMI C; TSUBOYAMA T; KASAI R; SUZUKI F; KONISHI J; NAKAMURA T
      1-ALPHA,25-DIHYDROXYVITAMIN D-3 INHIBITS CELL-GROWTH AND CHONDROGENESIS OF A CLONAL MOUSE EC CELL-LINE, ATDC5

      Journal of bone and mineral research
    58. ZHI QX; HUANG RJ; CHRIST B; BRANDSABERI B
      PARTICIPATION OF INDIVIDUAL BRACHIAL SOMITES IN SKELETAL-MUSCLES OF THE AVIAN DISTAL WING

      Anatomy and embryology
    59. MADEN M
      RETINOIC ACID IN DEVELOPMENT AND REGENERATION

      Journal of Biosciences
    60. MACONOCHIE M; NONCHEV S; MORRISON A; KRUMLAUF R
      PARALOGOUS HOX GENES - FUNCTION AND REGULATION

      Annual review of genetics
    61. SMITH DM; STARK MR; STEPHENS TD
      LABILITY OF THE PRESUMPTIVE PECTORAL AND PELVIC GIRDLE TERRITORIES COMPARED USING CELOMIC GRAFTS

      Teratology
    62. DURSTON AJ; VANDERWEES J; GODSAVE SF; PIJNAPPEL WWM; SCHILTHUIS JG
      RETINOID SIGNALING IN THE VERTEBRATE EMBRYO

      Netherlands journal of zoology
    63. BORJA AZM; MURPHY C; ZELLER R
      ALTFGF-2, A NOVEL ER-ASSOCIATED FGF-2 PROTEIN ISOFORM - ITS EMBRYONICDISTRIBUTION AND FUNCTIONAL-ANALYSIS DURING NEURAL-TUBE DEVELOPMENT

      Developmental biology
    64. SELLECK MAJ; HAYAMIZU TF; OHSUGI K; BRONNERFRASER M; BRYANT SV
      DIGIT INDUCTION BY HENSENS NODE AND NOTOCHORD INVOLVES THE EXPRESSIONOF SHH BUT NOT RAR-BETA-2

      Developmental biology
    65. GLOWACKI J
      CELLULAR REACTIONS TO BONE-DERIVED MATERIAL

      Clinical orthopaedics and related research
    66. TAKATSUKA J; TAKAHASHI N; DELUCA LM
      RETINOIC ACID METABOLISM AND INHIBITION OF CELL-PROLIFERATION - AN UNEXPECTED LIAISON

      Cancer research
    67. VENEPALLY P; REDDY LG; SANI BP
      ANALYSIS OF THE EFFECTS OF CRABP-I EXPRESSION ON THE RA-INDUCED TRANSCRIPTION MEDIATED BY RETINOID RECEPTORS

      Biochemistry
    68. HORTON C; MADEN M
      ENDOGENOUS DISTRIBUTION OF RETINOIDS DURING NORMAL DEVELOPMENT AND TERATOGENESIS IN THE MOUSE EMBRYO

      Developmental dynamics
    69. AVIS I; MATHIAS A; UNSWORTH EJ; MILLER MJ; CUTTITTA F; MULSHINE JL; JAKOWLEW SB
      ANALYSIS OF SMALL-CELL LUNG-CANCER CELL-GROWTH INHIBITION BY 13-CIS-RETINOIC ACID - IMPORTANCE OF BIOAVAILABILITY

      Cell growth & differentiation
    70. KAWAMURA K; FUJIWARA S
      CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF TRANSDIFFERENTIATION IN THE PROCESS OF MORPHALLAXIS OF BUDDING TUNICATES

      Seminars in cell biology
    71. ERICKSON RP
      RECENT ADVANCES IN DEVELOPMENTAL GENETICS - GROWTH-FACTORS AND MORPHOGENS

      Molecular reproduction and development
    72. DONOVAN M; OLOFSSON B; GUSTAFSON AL; DENCKER L; ERIKSSON U
      THE CELLULAR RETINOIC ACID-BINDING PROTEINS

      Journal of steroid biochemistry and molecular biology
    73. STRECKER TR; LI P; MCGHEE SA; HAM D; SMITH SK; SCHRECK JA; YOUN SJ; KON PSH
      THE EFFECTS OF THE GLUCOCORTICOID, DEXAMETHASONE, ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE DROSOPHILA EMBRYO

      Roux's archives of developmental biology
    74. SIMEONE A; AVANTAGGIATO V; MORONI MC; MAVILIO F; ARRA C; COTELLI F; NIGRO V; ACAMPORA D
      RETINOIC ACID INDUCES STAGE-SPECIFIC ANTERO-POSTERIOR TRANSFORMATION OF ROSTRAL CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM

      Mechanisms of development
    75. ALFAKHRI N; BOGUSCH G
      ACTIVITY OF ACETYLCHOLINESTERASE AND UNSPECIFIC CHOLINESTERASE DURINGDIFFERENTIATION OF SOMITES IN MOUSE EMBRYOS

      Anatomy and embryology
    76. TAYLOR LE; BENNETT GD; FINNELL RH
      ALTERED GENE-EXPRESSION IN MURINE BRANCHIAL ARCHES FOLLOWING IN-UTEROEXPOSURE TO RETINOIC ACID

      Journal of craniofacial genetics and developmental biology
    77. CRETON R; ZWAAN G; DOHMEN R
      HIGH PH PREVENTS RETINOIC ACID-INDUCED TERATOGENESIS

      The International journal of developmental biology
    78. CONLON RA
      RETINOIC ACID AND PATTERN-FORMATION IN VERTEBRATES

      Trends in genetics
    79. KRAFT JC; KIMELMAN D; JUCHAU MR
      XENOPUS-LAEVIS - A MODEL SYSTEM FOR THE STUDY OF EMBRYONIC RETINOID METABOLISM .2. EMBRYONIC METABOLISM OF ALL-TRANS-3,4-DIDEHYDRORETINOL TO ALL-TRANS-3,4-DIDEHYDRORETINOIC ACID

      Drug metabolism and disposition
    80. MEANS AL; GUDAS LJ
      THE ROLES OF RETINOIDS IN VERTEBRATE DEVELOPMENT

      Annual review of biochemistry
    81. PITSILLIDES AA; ARCHER CW; PREHM P; BAYLISS MT; EDWARDS JCS
      ALTERATIONS IN HYALURONAN SYNTHESIS DURING DEVELOPING JOINT CAVITATION

      The Journal of histochemistry and cytochemistry
    82. DUPIN E; LEDOUARIN NM
      RETINOIC ACID PROMOTES THE DIFFERENTIATION OF ADRENERGIC CELLS AND MELANOCYTES IN QUAIL NEURAL CREST CULTURES

      Developmental biology
    83. SHIMASAKI H; KAGECHIKA H; FUKASAWA H; KAWACHI E; SHUDO K
      RETINOIDAL DIENAMIDES AND RELATED AROMATIC AMIDES - REPLACEMENT OF THE 9-ENE STRUCTURE OF RETINOIC ACID WITH A TRANS-AMIDE OR CIS-AMIDE GROUP

      Chemical and Pharmaceutical Bulletin
    84. XU XC; ZILE MH; LIPPMAN SM; LEE JS; LEE JJ; HONG WK; LOTAN R
      ANTI-RETINOIC ACID (RA) ANTIBODY-BINDING TO HUMAN PREMALIGNANT ORAL LESIONS, WHICH OCCURS LESS FREQUENTLY THAN BINDING TO NORMAL TISSUE, INCREASES AFTER 13-CIS-RA TREATMENT IN-VIVO AND IS RELATED TO RA RECEPTOR-BETA EXPRESSION

      Cancer research
    85. KRONMILLER JE; NGUYEN T; BERNDT W
      INSTRUCTION BY RETINOIC ACID OF INCISOR MORPHOLOGY IN THE MOUSE EMBRYONIC MANDIBLE

      Archives of oral biology
    86. KRONMILLER JE; BEEMAN CS; NGUYEN T; BERNDT W
      BLOCKADE OF THE INITIATION OF MURINE ODONTOGENESIS IN-VITRO BY CITRAL, AN INHIBITOR OF ENDOGENOUS RETINOIC ACID SYNTHESIS

      Archives of oral biology
    87. KITABAYASHI I; CHIU R; UMESONO K; EVANS RM; GACHELIN G; YOKOYAMA K
      A NOVEL PATHWAY FOR RETINOIC ACID-INDUCED DIFFERENTIATION OF F9 CELLSTHAT IS DISTINCT FROM RECEPTOR-MEDIATED TRANSACTIVATION

      In vitro cellular & developmental biology. Animal
    88. LEE KKH; LI FCH; YUNG WT; KUNG JLS; NG JL; CHEAH KSE
      INFLUENCE OF DIGITS, ECTODERM, AND RETINOIC ACID ON CHONDROGENESIS BYMOUSE INTERDIGITAL MESODERM IN CULTURE

      Developmental dynamics
    89. DEKKER EJ; VAESSEN MJ; VANDENBERG C; TIMMERMANS A; GODSAVE S; HOLLING T; NIEUWKOOP P; VANKESSEL AG; DURSTON A
      OVEREXPRESSION OF A CELLULAR RETINOIC ACID-BINDING PROTEIN (XCRABP) CAUSES ANTEROPOSTERIOR DEFECTS IN DEVELOPING XENOPUS-EMBRYOS

      Development
    90. FRANCIS PH; RICHARDSON MK; BRICKELL PM; TICKLE C
      BONE MORPHOGENETIC PROTEINS AND A SIGNALING PATHWAY THAT CONTROLS PATTERNING IN THE DEVELOPING CHICK LIMB

      Development
    91. HO L; MERCOLA M; GUDAS LJ
      XENOPUS-LAEVIS CELLULAR RETINOIC ACID-BINDING PROTEIN - TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL EXPRESSION PATTERN DURING EARLY EMBRYOGENESIS

      Mechanisms of development
    92. OBERGFORS T; KLEYWEGT GJ; JONES TA
      CRYSTALLIZATION AND PRELIMINARY-X-RAY ANALYSIS OF RECOMBINANT BOVINE CELLULAR RETINOIC ACID-BINDING PROTEIN

      Acta crystallographica. Section D, Biological crystallography
    93. DEBRUIJN DRH; OERLEMANS F; HENDRIKS W; BAATS E; PLOEMACHER R; WIERINGA B; VANKESSEL AG
      NORMAL DEVELOPMENT, GROWTH AND REPRODUCTION IN CELLULAR RETINOIC ACID-BINDING PROTEIN-I (CRABPI) NULL MUTANT MICE

      Differentiation
    94. SIDDIQUI NA; LOUGHNEY A; THOMAS EJ; DUNLOP W; REDFERN CPF
      CELLULAR RETINOID-BINDING PROTEINS AND NUCLEAR RETINOIC ACID RECEPTORS IN ENDOMETRIAL EPITHELIAL-CELLS

      Human reproduction
    95. CARRASCO AE; LOPEZ SL
      THE PUZZLE OF HOX GENES

      The International journal of developmental biology
    96. ROELINK H; AUGSBURGER A; HEEMSKERK J; KORZH V; NORLIN S; ALTABA ARI; TANABE Y; PLACZEK M; EDLUND T; JESSELL TM; DODD J
      FLOOR PLATE AND MOTOR-NEURON INDUCTION BY VHH-1, A VERTEBRATE HOMOLOGOF HEDGEHOG EXPRESSED BY THE NOTOCHORD

      Cell
    97. VONSCHROEDER HP; HASHIMOTO Y; HEERSCHE JNM
      THE EFFECTS OF NATURAL AND SYNTHETIC RETINOIDS ON THE DIFFERENTIATIONOF RCJ C5.18 CHONDROGENIC CELLS

      Teratology
    98. KOCH AJ; MEINHARDT H
      BIOLOGICAL PATTERN-FORMATION - FROM BASIC MECHANISMS TO COMPLEX STRUCTURES

      Reviews of modern physics
    99. FUTORYAN T; GILCHREST BA
      RETINOIDS AND THE SKIN

      Nutrition reviews
    100. MADEN M
      VITAMIN-A IN EMBRYONIC-DEVELOPMENT

      Nutrition reviews


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